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    February 13, 2013
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tomorrow is valentine day when we spoil our loved one was all kinds of candy. but if you are looking for something sweet and something healthy, there are a few options out there for example dark chocolate. over fruit is a great option and try ao gart parfeit. i will --o gart parfait --o gart parfait it be --owing art -- yogurt parfait. >> coming up new photos of the royal couple right now they have the palace upset this morning. >> we will show you the photos and you judge for yourself. good morning maryland at 5 begins right now. it's been -- it's been onweek since the manhunt for a former officer. >> a routine training exercise
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is anything but when a recruit is rush to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the head. we will update you on his condition this morning. >> the president of the united states. >> it was all about the economy at the state of the union. what the president is doing today to push has agenda forward helping the middle class. those stories coming up on this wednesday, february 13th. good morning i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. a lot of news to get to and we have been busy in the newsroom but we want to let you know about the weather because things are changing and it's not going to affect your morning commute but will affect your day. >> here's lynette with what's going on. >> it's not affecting the morning commute this morning. tomorrow it could be icy outside when i am on the air and when we are all on the air. we will talk about what's going on right now. we have a winter weather advisory. this is the only one we have for our viewing area. and this is foresees i will county. so we are talking -- for cecil county. we are talking about possibly 1 to 3 inches of snow late into the evening. you can see the time 7 p.m. this evening until 3:00
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tomorrow morning. that is the possibility if we get under one of the bands a quick burst of snow could drop 1 to 3 inches across the area. ever which where else -- everywhere else we are looking at slushy snow because the ground is warm outside. so he temperatures yesterday came in well above average. we are talking about the 50s. but this is what we are looking at on the satellite and radar. this is the storm that will get its act together. we will have rain and snow as we go through the rest of the afternoon and into the evening. temperature wise this morning, this is what i am talking about. look at 39 degrees in baltimore city. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. >> reporter: good morning. the snow is coming right? if you are traveling on the beltway, no delays on the northwest corner. it's nice and clear from old court road down to route 40. and as we look at the abc2 timesaver traffic drive times, notice the east side of the beltway is going to be in great shape. it's going to take you 11 minutes to travel the outer loop from 95 all the way up to 83. and no concerns on 95 in
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behight marsh. normal -- white marsh. normal conditions from the beltway to downtown baltimore. now megan and charley over to you. developing overnight, the week long manhunt for a former lapd officer believed to be responsible for killing four people appears to be over. charley has latest information. what he new in the search for christopher dorner. do they know if he was in the burning home. >> we don't have a positive id of a body found in the cabben but the associated press is reporting and confirming a body was found in the cabin in big bear lake 100 miles east of los angeles. it was the site of a lengthy shootout and stand off between police and the man believed to be a former police officer and navy serviceman christopher dorner. he's been on the run for the past week and is believed to have killed four people. since the manhunt started last wednesday, investigators were at a loss for knowing exactly where he was and there was growing concern with the help
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of an accomplice he may have fled to mexico. but in the afternoon tuesday, a man matching his description stole a truck and holed up in a cabin. the shootout followed where a deputy was followed and another injured and then the stand off. police reported hearing one gunshot as they tried to get dorner to give himself up and the cabin went up in flames. >> we believe that someone was inside and is still inside even though the building burned. >> that was cindy bachman with the san bernardino police department. they believe someone was in there and that has been confirmed there was a body found in the cabin. there was an officer killed in a shootout and dorner is believed to have killed the daughter of a l.a. police officer her fiancee and another police officer bringing the total to four. he declared his war on police after being fired for filing a false police report and claimed that was the result of racism and he was doing this to do what he says was right the
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wrongs and clear his name. today, the riverside police officer believed to have been killed by christopher dorner will be laid to rest. officer michael crain was killed last week while he was on duty more than 7,000 people are expected to be at his services including california governor jerry brown. dorn aer is charged with his murder as of right now. -- dorner is charged with his murder right now. it's where officers are taught to shoot but a police officer is shot during a training exercise and linda so is live at shock trauma with an update on the officer. do we know how he is doing this morning? >> reporter: we are told the officer is in grave condition and underwent surgery last night after he was shot in the forehead during the training exercise. still a lot of unanswered questions this morning. baltimore city police commissioner has suspend all training operations until an investigation is completech the training officer was shot by a baltimore city police instructor during that training exercise in owings mills
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yesterday afternoon. the commissioner would not say why live rounds were being used during the session. the injured officer works for the university of maryland as a campus police officer. he was in his 40s and this was his first police job he started back in july. the commissioner says all training operations will be suspended until he gets answers. >> for me, it's unacceptable. we are going to take the time to dig to find out to make this better so we don't have this happen again. >> reporter: the officer underwent surgery last night and the chief surgeon says he is in stable but very grave condition. the family is asking that his name not be released. maryland state police is completing the investigation. live at shock trauma lenda so -- lind see, abc2 -- linda so, abc2 news. the president is heading to north carolina. his proposals include a plan to raise the minimum wage and plans to find work for 12.3
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million unemployed americans. >> with spending cuts and revenue and everybody. >> -- broad based economic growth requires a balanced approach with spending cuts and revenue. and with every body doing their fair share. it's our unfinished as it to being make sure this government works on behalf of the many and not just the few. >> the president announced half the troops serving in afghanistan and 35,000 will be home by this time next year. the president said that none a of the ideas proposed in the speech would increase the deficit by what he referred to as a single dime. a florida senator marco rubio delivered the republican response on tuesday. he attacked the president on his approach to fixing the economy. >> presidents from both parties from john f kennedy to ronald reagan have known the free intersprees economy is the source of the middle class prosperity. president obama, he believes
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it's the cause of the problems. the economic downturn happened because our government didn't tax enough. spend enough or control enough. and therefore as you heard tonight, his solution to virtually every problem we face is for washington to tax more and borrow more and spend more. >> senator rubio went on a to say more government is not going to help you get ahead. and many programs that claim to help the middle class often end up hurting it. she had an addiction to soda and it cost her her life a doctor is recommending warnings placed on soft drinks. >> would on physician is calling it a ridiculous idea. he he says no label could have saved the would -- he says no label could have saved the woman. >> if you don't have enough public works to shovel the snow hire a teen. what they are getting for their hard work. >> we are dry this morning but that won't be the case all day long. i will tell you when the next storm system moves into the neighborhood coming up. >> reporter: everything is up to speed on 895 at o'donnell
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a connecticut city has come up with a clever way to clear the streets. >> they paid anyone who showed up to help shovel 30 inches of snow. there were -- shovel 30 inch of snow. there were 32 schools. hundreds of kids and adults showed up to move the snow. they were paid minimum wage which turns out to be 8.25 an hour. >> better than texting at home you know get them to work and get the schools back in operation. >> i said we have to go so obviously this is overwhelming and awesome all the help. >> the money will come out of the police activity league fund and the efforts continues this morning because 30 inches there's a lot of snow out there. students have been out of school all week so lynette what do you think? put the kids to work. >> i like it. >> they are doing something. >> plus a sense of community. everybody getting together and getting it done. i like that. >> i go with the idea of not sitting around and playing wii.
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>> i like it. and you know what, i know a lot of people want the snow here but not going to get so much for sod but we will see more -- so much for today but we will see more snow. it has not gotten to the accumulation people are happy with. some people are happy with it. let's talk about gheeng right now -- what's going on right now because we are dry and we have a break in the commute this morning. so, the weather is not going play a part in that. but as we go into tomorrow morning, things could change because we could be dealing with slick roads. we are waiting for this system to move in and it will do so as we head towards the afternoon. i am thinking more around 3:00 and then on the backside of the system that is when we will see more snow in the forecast. but it's coming our way and we do have the area of low pressure that will be bringing the rain in here and then we have dry times after that and another system will work et cetera way in here towards the weekend. but in the meantime -- its way in here towards the weekend. but in the meantime, get the rain gear out because we can see on abc2 most accurate
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future trend, the wet weather will work its way in here around 2 or 3. you can see the snow back across the west and rain to the south. again we will talk about the rain-snow line that gets out a of here and we have foresees i will county a winter weather advisory into effect around 7:00 this evening. so there may be 1 to 3 inches of snow across the area if they get a burst. but 45 degrees is what we are working with today and that's key for you to know because 45 degrees, well, anything that falls the ground is going to be kind of warm. so we are talking about slushy accumulations as we go through time. next system that moves in is as we head towards the weekend and we dry back out. we will be wendy going into sunday as -- windy going into sunday as well. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. >> reporter: we have mixed feelings on facebook. some want the snow and some people don't i don't. bring back the warm weather from yesterday. traveling in anne arundel county this morning, there's nothing to get in are way on 97. nice and clear whether you are heading to route 50 or up
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towards 695. and 695 is in great shape. we have no delays right now on the west side of the beltway and here in parkville, it's going to be nice and clear. looking at an 11-minute ride on the outer loop from 95 all the way up to 83. and the inner loop will be nice and clear down to 95. and here on 83, normal conditions north of the beltway. it will remain that way getting on the j-fx and heading downtown. that's -- j-fx and heading downtown. that's a look at your traffic now back to you. before taking -- if you take folic acid before and during and after pregnancy may help reduce autism in children. women who took the supplement four weeks before pregnanty and through the 8th week of pregnancy was 39% less likely to have a child who was diagnosed with autism. the study is the largest to date on the benefits of folic acid for autism prevention. she drank the equivalent of 30 cans of coke that led to her death. the coroner said 391-year-old died of a heart a-- the 31-year-
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old died of a heartattack and the amount of coke she drank led to the heart attack. a new zealand food industry association says there isn't a labeling regime in the world that could have prevented the death of someone who chose to drink the equivalent of 30 cans of coke a day during a period of 8 years. that is a lot of soda. the unofficial spokesman for the heart attack grill in las vegas died of an apparent heart attack. he suffered a heart attack last week while waiting at a bus stop in front of the diner. he was taken off life support. the restaurant is famous for huge hamburgers extra fat milk shake and fromch fries cooked in lard. he was the unofficial mascot of the restaurant after could be there -- coming there every dar. day. where do the 1% live in. >> we will look at where the richest people call home and what part of the country has the wealthiest of americans. >> the founder of facebook one
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of the richest men in the world and now he can add one more accolade. we will tell you what is out on his list ranking second. >> as we head to break, you are looking live from the vatican where the pope benedict xvi is addressing the ash wednesday mass. it's significant because it could likely be the 85-year- old's last mass. he is telling people he is resigning and stepping down is good for the church saying his health can't keep up with the job. >> during his remarks he gave the faith -- [audio not understandable]
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lean cuisine lovers check your freezers. nestle is recalling the mushroom traffic oldy. three customers reported glass fragments in the entrees. it covers package of mushroom ravioli. it's produced in early november and distributed nationwide. you asked to throw it away.
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do not eat it. and you will get a refund. the richest americans are in the suburbs according to the sense census bureau. more than 6% of the household has top bracket of incomes. in city centers less than 5% made the cut for the top earners and the stiedy found wealth which -- study found wealthy people live near major population centers. he is one of the richest people in america and marzuckerburg is the most generous he was the second biggest charitable donor in the united states last year behind warren buffet. he gave roughly half a billion dollars to silicone valley community organization that i issues grants for a host causes in the san francisco area. what are you shrugging your shoulders for. >> also an area of the country with a populous of wealthy americans. >> nice to be giving some of it away. lady gaga is on bed rest this morning. she will not perform for at least a week.
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>> i'm going to get refun for my ticket is this. >> you are. >> what happened that had hercancel the shows and tweeting to her little monsters. >> another photograph the royals are not happy about. the picture of kate middleton that ruined the end afro mantic get he a-- get away. >> i will tell you when our high temperatures -- end of a romantic get away. nile tell you when our high temperatures will be gone. >> reporter: i will let you know what traffic looks like on 95 and 695 all coming up on good morning maryland.
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there are a lot of disappointed monsters in chicago, detroit and canada. lady gaga postponed her tour after a crippling injury. she had a case of inflammation of the joints and can't walk. the grammy award winning singer tweeted she is completely devastated about canceling the shows. she got a week to recover before the tour resumes in philadelphia and new york city. the same magazine a
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published topless photos of the duchess of cambridge is nowaed -- at it again. the mag depublished photos today showing -- magazine published photos today showing kate in blue bikini and the baby bump on display. they were enjoying a vacation when the paparazzi snapped the photograph. the st. james palace says this is a breach of their right to privacy. three no word whether legal -- there's no word whether legal action will be taken. one of the most popular days to call out sick to work is the day after the super bowl. next year may not be the case. >> there's a lan poo -- plan to move the day of the game to make shoe you are ready to work on the following -- sure you creedy to -- ready to work on the following monday. >> also ahead this morning, living in sewage. limited access to bath rooms, the latest on the carnival cruise ship that lost power when the passengers -- when the passengers will be onshore.
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details ahead. >> reporter: good morning. topping meck america's money barely making it a study finds more than 4 out of 10 of us are living paycheck to paycheck and almost 1 in 10 doesn't make enough to pay for essentials. all state insurance says it's not just the soft economy but poor money management skills. u.s. airlines are doing better at delivers delivering you and luggage. 85% of the flights arrived within 15 minutes of scheduled time. lower percentage of bags were lot of than in any time. apple says some retail stores are not big enough and they are closing and moving 20 to location was more space. apple is opening 30 more stores. and you can't get away from starbucks in the pacific ocean. for their he a fully functioning -- there's a fully functioning coffee shop aboard the uss boxer. have a great day. i am rob nelson.
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you are watching the station that works for you. now, good morning maryland. it was training exercise but things took a horrible turn when trainee was shot. we have an update on his condition this morning. >> two college park students are dead and a third is in the hospital. the latest on the investigation into the murder-suicide. >> it's the start of lent for christians and we will tell you where to get your ashes on the go if you are too busy to make it to church. those stories straight ahead on this ash wednesday. thanks for joining us i am megan pringle. >> i am charley crowson. let's get over to meteorologist lynette charles to see what's going on out there. >> as the day progresses, it will go downhill. we will get wet weather with rain showers and it will switch rain to snow as we

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